Directed by Shyam Benegal, the film is a tale of Armaan Ali, played by Irani, who works as a driver with a big businessman in Mumbai.
"I faced problems as I did not know the local language. So, I faced problems in delivering the dialogue. But once I learnt it, it became easy. I have given my best attempt and I hope the audience will like it," said Irani.
The film is a political satire, often witty and sharp but largely an ironic comedy with a central theme that deals with the many development projects that the government has initiated, which frequently get hijacked by systemic corruption.
"It's a different type of film, sensitive film, it is almost like a satire on the system. I am looking forward to the film and I am sure it will be sweet, nice, funny film with a message," said Riteish Deshmukh.
Mumbai, (ANI): Bollywood actors Boman Irani, Minissha Lamba, Riteish Deshmukh and Ila Arun attended the premier of their film Well Done Abba that hit theaters on Today.